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St. Procopius Abbey's award winning magazine, The Clerestory.  This is the latest issue, Fall, 2013.  We feature our most famous oblate, Servant of God, Dorothy Day.  Click on the front cover to read the magazine online at issuu.com at which only issuu.com members can download.  You can register free.  You can download right from the website.


The Abbot and Monks thank you for your support of our mission and ministry.

We consider your financial help as sacred trust since, according to our Holy Father St. Benedict, we are "to regard all the utensils of the monastery, including property, as if they were the sacred vessels of the altar."  (Rule of Benedict, chapter 31)

For assistance with a donation or for more information contact: 


Fr. Becket Franks, O.S.B., D. Min. (Prin.)

Director of Abbey Advancement

e-mail: bfranks@procopius.org
(630) 829-9253



Ways to give


You can assist the monks in their great venture of Christian discipleship! If you are interested in giving to the monastic community, there are many options! They include:


On-Line Giving: Donate Now (please click here or button above)


Cash gifts: You can make out a check to St. Procopius Abbey.


Stock gifts: Making a gift of stock, you may be eligible for a tax benefit.


Tribute or memorial gifts: These honor loved ones, living or deceased; their names will be submitted to the abbey prayer ministry.


Matching gifts: Many companies match, or even double your charity.


Planned gifts: You can make a bequest in your will or trust.


IRA Rollover: A charitable rollover from your IRA may be a convenient way to make a gift to the Abbey. Please call to receive more information about the potential benefits of this type of giving.


The formal name of the monastic community is St. Procopius Abbey. Our (Federal ID#) F.E.I.N. is 36-2169184. We are a tax-exempt institution and listed in the Official Catholic Directory under the diocese of Joliet, Illinois. Bequests, etc., are deductible for federal estate and gift tax purposes.


Smart phone:  use the QR CODE below to make a donation from your phone.